Kennedy Space Center Ground Systems Development and Operations engineers are combining heritage technology and new innovations to design the crew access arm for the Orion spacecraft.
Members of the Kennedy Space Center workforce, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Ocean Conservancy join forces for a beach cleanup effort.
The Kennedy Kick-Start competition is a center-wide effort designed to increase exposure for these innovative ideas and increase the chances these concepts will make a positive impact.
NASA scientists and engineers are studying the challenges and hazards involved in landing on extraterrestrial destinations such as the moon or Mars.
NASA's Shuttle Carrier Aircraft pilots will carry Endeavour to its new home in Los Angeles.
The Boeing Company recently completed a review of its CST-100 spacecraft, integrated launch vehicle and operational plans as its first performance milestone for NASA's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability (CCiCap) initiative.
NASA's launch bases are being revamped to serve a variety of next-generation launch vehicles.
A concept to make heat shields from the regolith of an asteroid, Mars or the moon faces testing.
A group of plant biologists is seeking the answers as it works on one of NASA’s Advanced Exploration Systems Habitation Projects.
Aquatic biologists at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida led a boat tour through areas that have been closed off to the general public for decades because of launch operations.
Researchers, engineers and technicians highlighted some of their work at Kennedy during the Innovation Expo, along with hosting tours and exhibits.
Workers placed a steel beam in place at the highest point of the exhibit hall being built for space shuttle Atlantis at Kennedy Space Center.
Neil Armstrong is being hailed as one of the greatest heroes of America's efforts to explore.
The Boeing Company recently completed a jettison test of its forward heat shield, which will protect the parachutes of the company's CST-100 spacecraft during future missions to and from low Earth orbit.
NASA's Curiosity rover is firing imaginations again as it moves across Mars acting in some ways like the fictional robots from "Star Wars."
NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden takes media on a tour of Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station facilities on Aug. 23.
With its hatch closed one final time, the space shuttle Endeavour is a step closer to its new mission of inspiring future generations.
Failure analysis lab engineers call on technology, smarts and persistance to find out what happened when a launch goes wrong.
Radiation Belt Storm Probes will study Earth's ever-changing radiation belts in greater detail than ever before.
Apollo 4 opened an era of exploration from Kennedy Space Center.